The way we’ll work: labour market trends and preparing for the hourglass
Our new report, ‘The way we’ll work: labour market trends and preparing for the hourglass,’ which highlights that the shortage of graduates threatens the future growth of the UK economy. […]
Growing the Future: universities leading, changing and creating the regional economy
Our universities are providing more than just a degree; and that they are more than just part of the education system. Universities are critical to the future growth of our […]
Funding research excellence: research group size, critical mass & performance
University Alliance institutions are proud of the world-leading research that they undertake. They have proved their value through the RAE. The main findings of this research are compelling: that t...
More than just a degree: stories of empowered students
We have news for you: universities have changed and so have the students who study there – and not in the way you might think. We refute notions of lazy […]
Keeping knowledge at the centre of growth
Universities are not just part of a growth strategy, they are central to it. Joining together our university research with business innovation is key to generating business growth and jobs, […]
Efficiency, leadership and partnership: an approach that delivers shared economic priorities
In the UK’s global, knowledge-based economy, where 80% of new jobs are in high-skill areas and new and growth industries take a high-tech, high-skill and innovative approach, universities are playi...
21st Century universities: engines of an innovation-driven economy
There is a question that is currently being asked across the UK as we face the biggest deficit since the end of World War II. The question was recently summed […]
Concentration and diversity: understanding the relationship between excellence, concentration and critical mass in UK research
Selectivity not concentration has driven excellence A policy of selectivity–funding research based on quality – has driven up the quality of UK research since the introduction of the RAE, not [&hel...
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